Public services and research organisations responding to Covid-19 can benefit from free access to Geomni UK data and, through 1Spatial, free access to FME until at least the end of September 2020. To help organisations planning and implementing social distancing measures in Greater London, Geomni UK has derived pavement widths to add to its feature-rich UKMap database. The addition of the valuable new attribution, created in response to an initial customer request, was developed using FME Desktop with help provided by 1Spatial as part of its unlimited technical support service.
Northern Gas Networks is the gas distributor for the North of England, supplying 2.7 million homes and businesses and managing a pipeline measuring 37,000km. Ensuring the delivery of gas safely, whilst providing excellent customer service and minimising disruption on the network are vital.
SatCen sought a Geospatial data solution that would allow implementation of an efficient Quality Control workflow. Using business rules, 1Spatial were able to provide a solution that automated the data transfer process from multiple sources into SatCen’s standardised Data Model (SatCen DD).
The Kansas Department of Transportation’s (KDOT) vision is to be the best in everything they do. This vision is no easy task for an organisation that is responsible for 140,000 miles of public roads. KDOT contracted with 1Spatial Inc. to implement 1Spatial’s 1Integrate Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) software to automate the validation and cleanup of their data to meet the tight HPMS submission deadline.
To prioritise investment in flood risk mitigation, London Underground needed a detailed, network-wide analysis of its 270 stations. When three million litres of water from a burst main suspended part of the Central Line, it cost the business approximately £4 million. Supported by 1Spatial, the team used Safe Software’s FME to transform their flood reduction process and has saved them £15,000 in extra survey costs.
The Rural Payments Agency (RPA) makes payments of over £2 billion per year to farmers, traders and land owners, under the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy, to support farmers’ incomes and rural development. Many farmers rely on the payments, therefore prompt, accurate payments are essential.
Northumbrian Water (NWL) provides water to 4.5 million customers in the north-east and southeast of England. It is also responsible for wastewater services in the north-east and has a 30,000km network of wastewater pipes, covering a geographic area of 9,500 square kilometres.